Marion Maneker at Slate’s site The Big Money chatted with Toni and I the other week, which turned into this article: The Son of Gutenberg. Not a bad overview “Mullenweg says, with the tone of an idealistic 26-year-old.” 🙂 I hope people still write that when I’m 36.
Mia Saini did a video interview and article on Forbes called Drop-Out Entrepreneur.
10 media and tech luminaries on the future of reading, I’m number 10. Also includes Jimmy Wales, Marc Andreessen, Jeff Jarvis, and Kevin Rose.
In New York last month I did a fireside chat with Liz Danzico at the School of Visual Arts which is now available online. The video features myself, Liz Danzico, and the back of Jason Santa Maria’s head.
Techcrunch covers PollDaddy: PollDaddy Traffic Soars, Releases Ratings Widget With Possible Digg Competitor On The Horizon. You can read more about the new ratings widget on the PollDaddy blog.
I was fortunate enough to be featured in the July issue of Inc. magazine’s “The Way I Work” column. (Page 114, the one with Paul Graham on the cover.) The article is great and the photography very flattering, but it’s a little misleading. All TWIW articles are written in the first person, but not directly […]
I was on Tekzilla Episode 92, interviewed by the lovely Veronica Belmont.
AFP: Blogging guru chips away at Great Firewall of China — the Agence France-Press talked to me when I was in Hong Kong about the early days of WordPress.com and our experience with the Chinese firewall. Today we are still sporadically blocked, nothing official but enough that almost everyone in China uses WordPress.org. It’s funny […]
WordPress listed as one of “Five Best Journaling Tools” at Lifehacker.
Open Source Usability — Joomla! Vs. WordPress. We’re on Slashdot again, with of course the predictable comments somehow ending up in an argument about Vim and Emacs. 🙂
Om has been doing a bit of blogging from here in India: More Bars in More Places and What the Taj Mahal and Apple Have in Common.
ReadWriteWeb France Catches Up with Matt Mullenweg. The French version of RWW uses WordPress and is doing really well.
WordPress creator Mullenweg is many bloggers’ best friend – USATODAY.com. We got some nice press in USA Today in an article by Jefferson Graham, pick up a dead tree copy today if you can to check out the article.
When I was in Buenos Aires last I sat down in the morning with La Nacion and here is the resulting video in English and transcription in Spanish.
I had the pleasure of chatting with Robert Scoble last week. In addition to him getting me to sign up for FriendFeed, we chatted a bit on camera about social media, the future of blogs, advertising, and of course WordPress. Here’s part one, at 21 minutes. Here’s part two, at 17 minutes. Thanks to Robert […]
Everyone is honored and excited today that Change.gov, the website of President Elect Barack Obama, has turned on IntenseDebate comments to discuss things like health care. Micah Sifry has an excellent write up of the topic. Imagine what happens if those numbers–on not just any “centralized site” but the one that symbolically and perhaps literally […]
I’ve been dubbed The Publisher by BusinessWeek as one of their “25 Most Influential People on the Web.” Before anyone else writes in that I beat Rupert Murdoch, I think the slideshow is in alphabetical order. 🙂
Inc. just announced their Top 30 Entrepreneurs Under 30 and I came in at #18. Cool! Some really young ones on the list though — I’m getting old.
There’s a new interview up at CMS Critic.
A new interview with Aaron Wall of SEO Book up. Also did a short one with Blueverse.